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Morning Mantra Tuesday, September 06, 2011 Indian equity indices sulked in red along with global equities on Monday after sluggish US jobs data on Friday fanned fears about the health of the world's largest economy and its fallout on ongoing global recovery amidst sustained worries about the euro zone debt crisis which prompted investors for a flight of safety from Dalal Street. US employment data on Friday that showed the world's biggest economy failed to create any jobs last month for the first time in nearly a year, led to carnage at Wall Street with major exchanges ending down more than 2 percent on Friday, enticing a rally in safe haven investments such as gold and Treasuries. Meanwhile, domestic woes too prompted "risk aversion" at Dalal Domestic Indices Street as traders expecting that the central bank, which has raised policy rates 11 times since March 2010, would increase its key lending rate when it reviews policy on September 16, as higher better-than-anticipated GDP numbers have strengthened the case for another rate rise. The sentiments were also spooked with the sluggish momentum of regional counterparts, which weighed the trade at Dalal Street since morning deals. Asian shares mirroring the style and trading pattern of Wall Street declined, paring the biggest weekly gain since March. Meanwhile, European shares too were down and out with banking stocks featured heavily among the worst performers on the growth outlook concerns. Back home, however Indian equities recovered significantly from grave losses as significant buying in select blue chip stocks led to a pullback rally, which led the barometer gauges claw back their crucial psychological level. Consumer Durable, Auto and Realty counters did tremendously well job in trimming losses as some reports stating that RBI may pause its rate hike cycle gave much needed respite to the rate sensitive's. However, shares of Oil & Gas, Gold INR /10 Grams Information Technology and TECk featured among the worst Silver INR / 1 Kg performers. India's second largest software services exporter Infosys Crude INR / 1 BBL lost 2.49% as the chief executive of Infosys said last month that the Copper INR / 1 Kg economic worries in the US and Europe were delaying decisions and clients may not spend all of their information-technology budgets for this year. India's largest oil exploration firm by net sales ONGC lost 2.41% on the reports that the Government of Indian will announce Rs 12000 crore follow on public offer of ONGC. However, 26-Aug-11 EUR-INR the blessing in disguise was the dwindling price of crude after a US jobs report raised recession worries. The 30 scrip sensitive index- 26-Aug -11 USD-INR Sensex-shrinking over 100 points settled above the 16700 level, 26-Aug -11 GBP-INR while the 50 share index-Nifty-offloading over 15 points settled 26-Aug -11 JPY-INR above the 5000 level. The broader indices doing well for themselves FII/DII Capital Mkt* went home with gain of over 0.20%. Advance/ Decline FII Derivative Mkt*
Morning Mantra Tuesday, September 06, 2011 The domestic index S&P CNX Nifty snapped its three day's winning streak and ended the choppy day of trade with a cut of about half a percent on Monday, on the back of profit booking on US recession fears. Market, traded in the negative terrain throughout the day's trade but, the index managed to pare half of its losses in sec ond half of trade. The Indian equity market made a gap down start and investors opted to book profits recorded in the previous three sessions amid a weak trend in global equity indices. The Nifty breached its crucial 5,000 level in opening trade as sentiment re mained dampened on expectation of another rate hike by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its policy review on September 16, on the back of higher inflation and better-than-anticipated GDP numbers. Afterwards, the local index traded in the tight-band till early noon trade as there were no major trigger in the market, but the subdued opening in European counterparts dragged the benchmark to its intraday low. Everonn Education was locked at 20 percent lower circuit for the second consecutive session today after company's MD P Kishore was arrested by CBI in bribery case while, India's second largest software services exporter Infosys lost abo ut two and a half percent as the chief executive of Infosys said last month that the economic worries in the US and Europe were delaying decisions and clients may not spend all of their information-technology budgets for this year. In the mid afternoon trade, ma rket started paring its losses as bottom fishing was witnessed in some front line stocks and the index regained its crucial 5,000 mark. Moreover, rains in August, which are vital for vegetative growth of crops such as rice, cane, corn, cotton and soybean, were 10 percent above normal, too aided to the sentiments. In the late trade, the domestic index again started its south bound journey and breached its psychological 5,000 level, with IT and oil & gas stocks leading the decline but, it was the last half an hour of trade where the index saw a strong up-move of about 30 points and managed to hold its crucial 5,000 mark. Finally, Nifty snapped the sluggish day of trade with a cut of about half a percentage point. Today, the
sentiments don't seem favorable and the markets are likely to make a negative start and the mood is likely to remain
cautious on concern that Europe can't control its sovereign-debt crisis, denting the outlook for the global economy.
Morning Mantra Tuesday, September 06, 2011 Reliance Capital Buy / Sell Quantity Trade Price European stocks tumbled, with the Stoxx Europe 600 Index Telecom Commission asks DoT to work out
posting its biggest two-day drop since March 2009, as exit policy
investors speculated that support for bailing out Europe's The Telecom Commission, country's apex policy indebted nations may fade. Deutsche Bank AG (DBK) and making body in telecom sector, has asked the Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN) both tumbled more than 8 Department of Telecom (DoT) to make an exit percent after the U.S. sued 17 lenders to recoup $196 billion policy for the mobile operators. This move of the and the cost of insuring against default in Europe surge to a record. Clariant AG (CLN) led chemical makers lower, tumbling Telecom Commission is expected to provide relief 16 percent after the company cut this year's earnings to several telecom companies battling dual forecasts. Merkel's party yesterday suffered its fifth election threats of market viability and licenses loss this year after the Chancellor failed to sway voters in her cancellation following the 2G scam.
home state with a campaign based on her handling of the euro area's debt crisis.The Social Democrats, the main direction of the Telecom Commission, a reference opposition party nationally, took 35.7 percent to win will have to be made to the TRAI seeking its yesterday's election in Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania, while Merkel's Christian Democratic Union had 23.1 percent, suggestions for the exit policy under section 11(a) its worst result since voting began in 1990 after reunification (ii) of the TRAI Act. Post which, TRAI will introduce that year between West Germany and the former communist consolation process, and on this bases TRAI will make suggestions to the government. This exit U.S. stock futures fell, indicating the Standard & Poor's 500 policy is expected to be introduced in the next Index may slide for a third day, as European markets showed growing concern the sovereign debt crisis is worsening. S&P 500 futures expiring in September lost 2.6 percent to 1,139.40 Services sector grows at its slowest pace in
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yesterday as the MSCI All-Country World Index fell 2 percent The uncertainties in the global economy and after Italian bonds dropped for an 11th day, Spanish debt monetary stance adopted by the Reserve Bank of declined and the cost of government and bank default insurance rose to records. India (RBI) have adversely affected the growth Gold, trading above $1,900 an ounce, may advance toward a momentum in the services sector. Following the record on speculation Europe's debt crisis will worsen, damping economic growth and driving investors to protect slowdown seen in the manufacturing sector, their wealth. Gold for immediate delivery was little changed India's service sector also registered some at $1,902.05 an ounce as of 6:57 a.m. Singapore time. The moderation, which grew at its slowest pace in metal touched $1,903.48 earlier, within 0.6 percent of the all- more than two years in August. The HSBC Markit time high of $1,913.50 reached Aug. 23. Futures for Business Activity Index, based on the survey of December delivery in New York were at $1,905, up 1.5 around 400 service sector companies, during percent from their close on Sept. 2. Silver for immediate delivery rose 0.2 percent to $43.0075 an ounce. Cash August plunged to 53.8 from 58.2 in July. This is platinum was little changed at $1,887.75 an ounce, trading the biggest decline in growth from January 2009. below gold for a second day. Palladium was little changed at $764.75 an ounce.
Morning Mantra Tuesday, September 06, 2011 Mahindra Satyam's Singapore data center achieves SS 507:2008 certification.
Mahindra Satyam's Singapore Data Center has achieved the SS (Singapore Standards) 507:2008 certification for business continuity and disaster recovery services, which also conforms to the ISO 24762:2008 guidelines. Mahindra Satyam is the first Indian IT service company in Singapore, to have achieved this certification. This achievement demonstrates company's rigorous implementation of structural and systematic procedures in line with stringent international data management standards. The 300 square foot data center, which is one of the company's largest facility outside India, manages more than 10 global hosted customers. The company's Singapore global data center offers hosting service customized to business requirements encompassing intercontinental, intercity, intra-city disaster recovery and regional hosting solutions. Ranbaxy Laboratories' subsidiary launches Esomeprazole tablets.
Ranbaxy Laboratories' wholly owned subsidiary - Ranbaxy (UK) - has successfully launched Esomeprazole 20 mg and 40 mg tablets, the first approved generic bio-equivalent version of the product NexiumTM, in the United Kingdom (UK), with annual UK sales of £ 60 million (IMS June 2011).The product will be offered through pharmacies, retail and wholesale stores with immediate effect. Esomeprazole is used in the treatment of dyspepsia, peptic ulcer disease (PUD), gastroesophageal reflux disease (GORD/GERD) and Zollinger-Ellison syndrome.Ranbaxy (UK) is one of the major generic companies in this market providing medicines in the cardiovascular, CNS, anti-infective, gastroenterology, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, oncology and pain relief therapeutic segments. Meanwhile, Ranbaxy Laboratories - India's largest pharmaceutical company, is an integrated, research based, international pharmaceutical company producing a wide range of quality, affordable generic medicines, trusted by healthcare professionals and patients across geographies. SAIL invites bids to raise at least Rs 200 crore via bonds.
Steel Authority of India (SAIL) is planning to raise atleast Rs 200 crore via 15-year bonds. The issue has a call option at the end of 12th year and is rated ‘AAA' by CARE and ‘AAA (ind)' by FITCH. The pay-in is slated for September 9 and arrangers have been asked to bid in the 9.10 percent and 9.35 percent price range.The country's largest domestic steel producer will raise new funds through a book building process and the bids are due by 1500 hours India time today. The issue comes hardly 10 days after the state-run firm tapped the bond market when it raised Rs 400 crore via 10-year bonds at 9.30 percent.The company's net profit for the quarter ended June 30, 2011 declined 28.78% at Rs 838.06 crore as compared to Rs 1176.65 crore for the corresponding quarter last year. Its total income rose 19.64% at Rs 11389.04 crore for the quarter under review from Rs 9519.52 crore for the same quarter last year. IndusInd Bank launches Forex Trading Platform.
IndusInd Bank has launched FastForex- Forex Trading Platform, which assist corporate customers to know the Forex Prices on a real-time basis. This platform enables the Bank's corporate customers to reach the FX Treasury via internet and a standard web browser, which in turn, helps the treasury to price, execute, confirm and manage FX transactions with the customers seamlessly.This online system automates rate quotation and executes low value, low risk transactions which facilitates dealers to concentrate on deals. With the implementation of FastForex, Corporates do not have to key in at the dealing room or the back office; suitable deal input validations can now be performed by the system at the client level. The possibilities of errors in entering details at multiple places reduce considerably, since the deals now flow in directly from FastForex to the front office system.The bank's net profit for the quarter ended June 30, 2011 surged by 51.99% at Rs 180.18 crore as compared to Rs 118.55 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2010. Its total income increased by 47.99% at Rs 1379.98 crore for the quarter under review from Rs 932.5 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2010. Morning Mantra Tuesday, September 06, 2011 Corporate Office:-
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